The team lurking behind one of the world’s most well-liked free antiviruses recently designed a Chromium-based browser that focuses on internet reliability. It features lots of cool privacy-focused tools like Bank Function and anti-tracking technology, and a built-in VPN and website unblocking. It also allows you to import cookies and settings from your default browser, turning it into easy to switch over.

The browser is based on Chromium, so it looks and works pretty much just like Google Chrome or perhaps Opera. We have a good selection of extensions available too which you can allow or turn off at the Secureness and Privacy Center. These include ad blockers, a password manager and the choice to double-check your credentials on sites such as HaveIBeenPwned.

Another great feature is tabs grouping that allows you to organize the open tab into teams and then color code these people. This makes it really simple to navigate various pages at once. It is a straightforward but very well executed characteristic which shouldn’t get noticed quite often enough.

This kind of browser is a stable choice for anyone who is looking for a quickly, secure and simple to use internet browser that would it all. They have plenty of extra features that make it stand out from the competition too such as advertisement blocking and an anti-tracking engine.

It lets you do have a couple of downsides including a not enough advanced settings and the reality it collects usage figures and crash information on your machine without requesting. This can be disabled at protect: //settings/importData even though.